Bandhavgarh National Park
Named after the myth roused of Bandhavgarh Fort belonging to Lakshman given by Lord Ram and thus becoming Brother’s Fort, the park has many lures to keep the enthusiasts busy for their duration of wildlife adventure holidays. With its location in one of the most naturally gifted state of India which is Madhya Pradesh, travelers and explorers by nature are bound to come to this home of Royal Bengal Tigers in Umaria district.
Due to the success of Project Tiger, the population of this species has strengthened significantly, so much so that people are considered unlucky if they could not spot a tiger here. Though sighting tigers is a prominent fun activity, rest of the wildlife holds the needed attention like leopards, Caracal, variety of deer etc. The list also includes an enviable avifauna, without which no ecosystem can ever be complete.